|mam036 - Clouds 4 Cotton Gods (2008) - Dad School|
Once again, Dad School is visiting mam!records with work that is at once ambient yet accessible. This is Dad School's third venture on mam!records, and is his most ambient. Guitar-driven soundscapes resonate the spirit embodied in the Clouds series. This is mam036.
Keywords: mam036; Dad School; ambient; guitar; soundscape; experimental; Clouds
|mam152 - John Praw // Darkslider - Split Continents + (2011) - John Praw // Darkslider|
Split Continents + is Mine All Mine Records' re-release of John Praw and Darkslider's first split. Originally released on Misspelled Records in 2010, Split Continents + features over fifteen minutes of bonus material. Minimalist ambient sounds await you in this split EP. Editorâs Note: Album art by resident artist John Praw Kruse. Also included is the original art from the Misspelled Records release...
Keywords: John Praw; mam152; Darkslider; Split Continents +; Split Continents; Split Continents Plus; John Praw Kruse; mamrecords; 2011; ambient; experimental; minimalist; soundscape
|mam221 - John Praw - Four Twenty Twenty Twelve (2012) - John Praw|
Track List: 01 May The Priest, Etc., Etc. 02 Nokken 03 Four Twenty (2012) 04 My Precious Red Hair 05 Young One, Young Also available here: http://bit.ly/I7kQn6
Keywords: mam221; ambient; john praw; soundscape; experimental; electronic; madison; wisconsin; 4/20
|mam044 - Bicycle Sighs - AU (2008) - Bicycle Sighs|
AU is a single track wandering through despair. The sadder you feel, the more effective this piece of work. The amazing part about this is that Bicycle Sighs accomplishes depression without the use of harsh noise or otherworldly screams. Instead, he turns soft ambient sounds against you in this single-track soundscape. Mam!records is happy to welcome Bicycle Sighs with his first release here. This is mam044.
Keywords: Bicycle Sighs; AU; mam044; ambient; dark; dark ambient; soundscape; drone
|mam054 - MCPIBTYCP / On Travel - There's No Internet On The High Seas (2008) - My Cell Phone Is Better Than Your Cell Phone ; On Travel|
This brand new split by My Cell Phone Is Better Than Your Cell Phone and On Travel is a perfect example of the atmosphere created by two imaginative musicians. The split starts with a lush, soft soundscape by On Travel, followed by two deep, dark ambient pieces by MCPIBTYCP. The split (which comes to nearly 40 minutes) ends with a subdued, relaxed post-rock piece by On Travel. This is mam054.
Keywords: mam054; MCPIBTYCP; my cell phone is better than your cell phone; on travel; ambient; post-rock; soundscape; experimental; awesome; super; super duper; totally rad; boobies